Furniture Design

Borsani, Osvaldo (1911 - 1985)

The Italian designer founded with his twin brother, the company Tecno in 1953 that became known for its technological approach of furniture design. The company conceived the highly famous rubber-armed P40 chaise longue that was able to assume more than 400 hundred postures. His pieces perfectly balance between lines and curves, function and elegance, lightness and robustness.

Coat rack, 1961
Coat rack, 1961
Bar, ca 1936
Bar, ca 1936
Cabinet, ca 1955
Cabinet, ca 1955
Canada lounge chairs, 1965
Canada lounge chairs, 1965
Coat rack from Casa Baroni, Milan, ca 1950
Coat rack from Casa Baroni, Milan, ca 1950
D70 sofa, 1954
D70 sofa, 1954
Desk from the Bank of America, London, 1975
Desk from the Bank of America, London, 1975
Desk, 1940
Desk, 1940
Desk, 1954
Desk, 1954
Dining table, ca 1943
Dining table, ca 1943
Floor lamps model L78, 1960
Floor lamps model L78, 1960
L77 chaise lounge, ca 1953
L77 chaise lounge, ca 1953
L77 daybed, 1956
L77 daybed, 1956
Lounge chairs, ca 1955
Lounge chairs, ca 1955
Nightstands, ca 1945
Nightstands, ca 1945
Tables, ca 1956
Tables, ca 1956
Osvaldo Borsani
Osvaldo Borsani
Osvaldo Borsani
Osvaldo Borsani
P32 lounge chair, 1956
P32 lounge chair, 1956
P32 lounge chairs, 1956
P32 lounge chairs, 1956
P32 lounge chairs, ca 1956
P32 lounge chairs, ca 1956
P32 sofa, 1956
P32 sofa, 1956
P40 lounge chair, ca 1955
P40 lounge chair, ca 1955
P71 lounge chairs, 1954
P71 lounge chairs, 1954
Settee, ca 1944
Settee, ca 1944
Sistema E22 library, 1951
Sistema E22 library, 1951
Sofa, ca 1940
Sofa, ca 1940
T96 desk and chair, 1956
T96 desk and chair, 1956
Table, ca 1940
Table, ca 1940
Tea cart, ca 1960
Tea cart, ca 1960
Wall-mounted cabinet, ca 1955
Wall-mounted cabinet, ca 1955
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